Between 1881 and 1890, Vincent Van Gogh painted close to 900 paintings, but only sold one. However, after his death his fame escalated. He is now one of the most reproduced artists of all time.
The Hawaiian Islands were once known as “Sandwich Islands” a name that was chosen by James Cook in honor of the First Lord of the Admiralty (John Montagu). The Hawaiian Islands form the exposed peak of the great undersea mountain range known as the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain that resulted from volcanic activity over a hotspot in the earth’s mantle.
Being humans means we are all part of this worlds natural landscape. This intrigues and inspires us in ways that nothing else can. Since the beginning of the photography movement, photographers have turned to the natural landscape for the subject of some of their best works. Truly landscape photography is able to evoke such emotions that it is perhaps the greatest subject of all.
Venice, Italy is a Picture of Beauty and History. This is why Venice is one of the most popular cities in Italy.
The city is best known for its many waterways that crisscross through this beautiful city and the Gondolas used to navigate them. The Scenery of Venice Italy is truly beautiful but is also rich in history.
One of the great treasures of Landscape Photography is that you get to spend time outdoors enjoying nature. Take the time to explore the scene. Investigate all angles and really get to know your shoot. There are no short cuts to discovery, take your time to figure out what makes your scene unique and how you can present that in your photograph.
No wonder the Maldives Islands have become the perfect dream destination for many, they are truly a tropical beach scene paradise.